Cookies are small text files sent from a website to the user. Cookies are stored in the computer's hard disk and enable the website to recognise users and store specific information about them, in order to improve the service provided.
There are various types of cookies. While some cookies are required for website navigation, other cookies serve different purposes, such as ensuring internal security, managing the system, performing statistical analysis, understanding which sections of the website are the most interesting to users or offering a personalised website view.
This website uses technical cookies, but does not use profiling cookies. This refers not only to the user's computer, but also to any other device that the user may use to connect to the website.
Technical cookies are used with the sole purpose of transmitting a communication over an electronic communication network or to the extent strictly necessary for the company's service providers, in order to transmit information needed to provide the services expressly requested by the subscriber or the user.
Technical cookies serve no other purpose and are usually installed directly by the website owner or administrator.
Technical cookies can be divided into navigation cookies or session cookies, which enable normal website navigation and use (e.g. purchases, authentication to access private areas); analytical cookies are comparable to technical cookies if used by the website administrator to collect aggregate information on the number of users and website usage; functionality cookies enable the user to navigate the website based on a set of criteria (e.g. language, products selected for purchase) in order to improve the services provided.
Disabling cookies may limit website use, preventing you from fully using website functions and services. The following description of the cookies used on this website will help you decide which cookies to accept and which ones to block.
Type of cookies used
First party cookies:
Third party cookies:
Third party cookies are set by a different domain than the one visited by the user. If a user visits a website and a different company sends information using that website, third party cookies come into action.
Persistent cookies are stored on user devices between browser sessions and enable user preferences or actions on the website to be remembered. Persistent cookies may be used for different purposes, for example in order to recall preferences or selections made during website usage.
These cookies are strictly necessary for the website to function. Without these cookies some website sections would not work. They include, for example, cookies enabling access to private areas of the website. These cookies do not collect information for marketing purposes and cannot be deactivated.
These cookies are used to recognise users returning to the website. They enable content to be personalised and preferences to be remembered (e.g. language selection or region). These cookies do not collect information on user identification. All information collected is anonymous.
Sharing cookies on Social Networks:
These cookies enable content sharing through social networks such as Facebook and Twitter. Please visit the social network websites in order to read the related privacy and cookie policies. For Facebook and Twitter the user can visit https://www.facebook.com/help/cookies and https://twitter.com/privacy.
Please find below a list of the most important cookies used by this website and their descriptions and functions, including their duration.
Session cookie: first party and technical cookie. Keeps track of the user's session, makes it possible to recall user preferences on the website pages, such as language selection.
Google Analytics: third party cookie. It enables widgets and anonymously stores statistics on page content use.
Google Maps: third party cookie. It enables widgets for displaying maps on the website.
YouTube: third party cookie. It enables widgets for displaying videos on the website.
Facebook: third party cookie. It enables page sharing widgets.
How to change cookie settings
Most browsers automatically accept cookies, but users can normally change the settings in order to disable this function. It is possible to block all types of cookies. Alternatively, it is possible to enable only some of them, while disabling others. Go to "Options" or "Preferences" in the browser menu in order to disable cookies and other user tracking technologies or to receive browser notifications if these technologies are enabled. Alternatively, consult the "Help" section of the toolbar of most browsers.
It is also possible to select the used browser from the list below and follow the instructions: – Internet Explorer; – Chrome; – Safari; – Firefox; – Opera. From mobile devices: – Android; – Safari; – Windows Phone; –Blackberry.
For further information about cookies and how to manage cookie preferences (first and/or third party cookies) please visit the platform www.youronlinechoices.com. Please be aware that disabling navigation or functional cookies may cause malfunctioning of the website and/or limit the services offered by Hager & Partners.